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.THE ARGUS, THURSDAT, OCTORER 4,1G04.
ZXATX3 ft CLBAVSLAH9
Hepwumtlnt ver 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
nr Life, Tornado.
arts of Sarvcyanlp.
orrici mom ma aock hH in.
re war ma; they wUl taaaraet yea.
J. M. BUFORD,
jgneral . . .
Losses Proaptl? Fill
Nates Hlniiui reliable company cm (lore
Tow rmtronaca la solicited.
STATE SAVXHQ3 BA2HI.
irStt Corner llftawt iirin ud Third A
Sntoail the Xoltne Sarin, tui. Ornsiaed 1M
I ftrCOT BIKE! PilJ 01 BSP9SITS.
Organised under 8tau Laws.
Opta front I a. a. io 1 1 a.. and Wedceeday aar
uinti atybu from to Spa
rt.tr ib limn, rreaidrct
Awobtb, " Vlee-rrestdenl
i. f . BaaST. - Caehlat
Fort gk'nnet. W. W. Walla,
O. A. Ram, H . A. AJturworjL
0. H. Bdwarde, W. H. Adama,
Andrew m berg, C. r. Ham ex way,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
SMrta for pnrata parti ee la the rardea
pot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
Of OMCHAJU). NEBRASKA.
B. W. Dane, rresldent.
J. S. Dabt Cashier.
Kr.an Lyade, Bar.krra.
J. r. KoMaaom, Caatuar Bock Island hatlonal
C.R. Carter, 1.
liana Dart", Sot, Wholesale Oroart.
)w umntOTiea nllriiad.
I hfc "h Li""r". nan
Waal all Dealer sad Importer of
Wines and Liquors.
Ill nd 1C18 Third At
Tonmo oato ddoli
Bath of all kind, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
trie, electro-thermal, etc., may
obtained at the Sanitarium
Hath Roomg, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From i a. m. to
12 m. on week dajs For Gen.
tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths mar be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
John Voile Sc Co.
Sash, lfnors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Skiing, Ftoorlos, Walaecoaiing .
Sit Street, bottlheedKfe an
Those who have returned from their
Snmmer onting with face tunned by the
wind and burned by the sun, will find
Empress Josephine Face Bleach
invaluable, removing, as it does, all the
imprints which the unkind summer sun
"ceina to delight to leave on the fairest
This nitwt justly celebrated remedv
will not only remove TAN and SUNBUcS,
but it is guaranteed to be a positive cure
FRECKLES, PIMPLES, ECZEMA,
ACNE, WRINKLES, SALLOWKESS,
Hon Pitches, Biowi Spots, Blotches, ud
, An Otiei CuTMEons Diseases.
Tt mnlrM trie t-iniTia cl-In VI-a a1..aa
. . v 'p. r-i. pn in liac tj a "!,
nd impnrt toaMam) MM complexions
L - i -f t . 1.1 l T.
EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED !
For sale bv T. II. Thomas, Druj-
pit. cor. 17th and 2d av.. Rock Island
a. o. ooxraxT.
a. n. comsLLT.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Offle aecond floor, over Kitchen trade's
bank. Mobt to loan.
Jackson 2c Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
Office is Bock la land National Back bonding.
a. d. avnxxr. a x.. walkbb.
Sweeney &c Walker,
Attorneys and Conncellors at Law.
Offiea la Bccgnon' Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Lend becineae of all klnda prompt;? attended
to. State', AUoracr of Bock Ialaod coontj.
Offlre, Forte Sloe Block.
McEniry & McEnlry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on (rood menrity; maie collee
Uona. Rererenee, autchen Lynda, banker.
Office, PoatolBce Block.
Dr. R. Jay,
Office at Staaascn'a iirerj (table. Teltpbonc
Physician and Surgeon.
1134, Third Arenna. Telephone, 1170, office
Boar : 1 to 4 p. av and at night.
t. a. aoixowacaa, a. s. a. a. aura, h, d.
Drs. Barth & Hollowbosh,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Cfflee m 28 rd t. Telephone lorn
aaidaaea 7S1 Slat n. liw
Dr. Barth I Or. BoDowbab
. Sltta,a. 10 to 18 a, m.
1 tol and 7 UI.B, I toB and :uti,a.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Ofllce, WliltUkor Block, aoothweat corner
Third and Brady atreeta, Daienport. Iowa
17 and 18. Bonn: toll a. ml toi p. m
Stocker & Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
Offer, for patent drawing. Room ! Til C 1
Edward L. Flam matt,
Offloe, Room 41, Mitchell Lynde Building.
Geo. P. Stauduhar,
Plana and annerrnteiidenea for all rlaae of
Bnlldlan. Roonu U and 66, aUtchell A Lynde
Bolldli g Take clcratur.
W. A, Darling,
alord Block, vnt Kincsbnry etora.
R. M. Pearce,
Rooms SP and 81 In Mitchell a Lyndel ;
BnUdtng. Take elerator.
y, aai u, tae). auiiiaj.
a Wiei knk.llhanue IMai
IMtapaflMmUa bj mm. Whma HatSarlt
Mat SataflVJaWf ftwl, RRsaMtltf WaMVVaMl WlM
FOUR WERE KILLED
By the Cyclone That Devas
tated Little Rock.
BETWEE3T THIETY AND F0BTY ETJET
Only Oaw of Whom I, fatally WoandeaV
Damaet Property Mill Eirtianatl at
Abmit a Million The Drain of Dr. In.
Ste and Kane Narrow Karaqra at the
lennne Aaylnm Rapid Work Dona at
Clearing Away the Debria.
IITTLK Rock, Oct. 4. The losses of
the utorm will approbate nearly $1,000,
000. The daniafie at tho state In
sane asylum is SJd',000. Dr. In pate, assis
tant superintendent, was killed beneath a
falling wall. Three attendants and two
patients are also missing. It is Iwlieved
that they were buried under the walls.
The state penitentiary sustained a loss of
113.0(10. A convict named Griffin was killed
nnd several others injured. Jackson Boyd
and a 3-year-old child were crushed to
death in their home by a falling wall.
When taken from the ruins the child was
rlasned in its father's arms. Both were
Complete LM of Dead and Injured.
Four dead is sail enough, but the citizens
heaved a sigh of relief when it was found
that they numbered only that many; for
It had Iwen feared that the pil-. of debris
held a larpe number of victims. The list
rf woiimled strings out, however, tothirty
thrve, of whom one is finally hurt. The
dead are: Ir. J. T. Ingate, Jackson Boyd,
son of Ja-ksn Boyd. J. T. GrilTin.
Following is t he roll of inj ured : Thomas
Mitchell, convict, pr.ibably fatally; C. T.
Monroe, John Kuton. Jorrv Donahue,
Sam C. Smith, Will Ward. John Brown,
Fritz Reis. Mrs. I.. Colmor. Mrs. J. Janks,
Mrs. I.ulu IVrritt, J.k? Hollaway. Joe
Swift, John Fontiuiross, W. I). Trotter,
Miss Lucille West. W. A. Langford. John
Fallon Tom Forbes. Hotiscr. GHjrge
B. Cross, Calvin leather. J. M. Kvan. -T.
C. Biggs. J. I) Bowlin. Pr. lakeland. A.
Henry; Will Harvey, t;illert Baker, Lee
Hinson. and Will Singliton, convicts; J.
J. Smith, guard; John Witt, guard.
They Mrpt Through the Moniu
The disastrous effects of the cyclone
were not fully rcalizxd until the morn
ing broke. From the moment that it
struck until daybreak the city was envel
ope in darkness. The streets wen- fillixl
with bricks, mortar and debris nf ruined
buildings and an inextricable mnss of tel
egraph, telephone, electric and trolley
wires, making pedestrianism difficult if
mit dangerous. Themirsfof the4(Min
haiiitar.ts slept peaxvfully in their beds,
totally unconscious of the devastation in
tho business jHirtion of the city. The path
of the eyclono lay along the Arkansas
river, sometimes touching it. but for more
than six blocks south of its south latik
and never crossing it to the north.
Took Delight In Smashing 01d I'rotM."
The office of the weather bureau lay in
the storm's path and its instruments, with
the exception of its thermometer, were
Fwcpt away, so that no history of the ori
gin of the storm could lie obtain-d at this
source, nor its course after leavingthe city,
although marks of its destruction have
been reported from Ionoke. twenty-eight
miles cast of here, on the little Rock and
Memphis railroad. Its course was almost
dirwtly east,, the first disastrous effects so
far as rejiorted here being at the insane
asylum, situated on a hill top three miles
west of the city, and where its destrnctive
nes was appalling, killing Dr. J. T. In
gate, second assistant physician, and in
juring eleven inmat-s.
Patting Things in Shape.
Thence in a direction almost due cast
the funnel-shaped cloud, in a slightly
rigzag course, wound its way with fear
ful velocity, now risingand again di-swnd-ing.
ploughed its way through two mill's
of residences and the business portion of
the city, a distance of nearly four miles
liefnre emerging from the city limits. Dur
ing yesterday a great change was made in
the apjiearanee of the city. Hundreds of
workmen were busilycngnged in removing
the debris from the streets and sidewalks,
repairing the damage to buildings and
stringing telegraph, telephone and electric
wires for service. Last night electric cars
and electric lights were resumed. So
qnickly did the work progress that except
In a f w localities no one would have
realized the extent of damage except by a
close insjiection of buildings and stocks of
UNROOFS TWO HUNDRED BUILDINGS.
Ibarra flavr to Mud It, as They Bad So
Beyond the unroofing of about 800
buildings the damage to buildings is con
fined to the insane asylum, state peniten
tiary, the Martin block, opposite the cus
tom house, and the large wholesale gro
cery house of C. F. Baucum, while scarce
ly a mercantile establishment in the
storm area is not a sufferer by water,
many stocks licing alnuwt a total loss
from the deluge. But five tornado poli
cies were in force in the city, it licing sup
posed that the city was exempt from such
A large force of men has been engaged
since the storm in removing the debris
under which the Ixidy of Dr. Ingnte was
supioscd to lie buried. Dr. Ingate's body
was found in the vestibule of the front
entrance to the main building, where he
fell under the debris of the front tower.
He was found in a kneeling posture facing
the front dm-. When the body was found
his watch was uninjured and still run
ning, the hands indicating 11:25. His
head was almost mashed to a pulp and
very little hair rcmaim!. His body is a
mass of cut and bruises.
Just before the storm reached ita height
Mrs. Robertson, wifeofthesiiperiritendc.it,
who was in her room, passed into the room
of her mother, Mrs. lined, just adjoining,
when the roof over her own apartment fell
in, clearing away the upper floors, includ
ing the floor of her own room. Miss Fitx
patrick was in her room on the second
floor above Mrs. Rolicrtson's. When she
saw the walls give way and the floors
moving under her she made a leap for the
hall door, and fell across the doorway as
the flfior went down beneath her. She
then climbed into the hall.
Buck Xeely, an attache of the asylum,
went out Into the hall on the third floor to
examine the lights just as the wind and
electric current struck the rear tower. The
mass crashed through the upper floors,
carrying away the floor within six feet of
hiiu and loft him standing in the dark,
dua'd and tcrrilied, uncertain which way
There was no trouble handling the lun
atics, nor did they grow excited. Seven of
them, however, are unaccounted tor at
this writing. It was at the penitentiary
that Griffin died. Ho waa a convict and
a white man. He waa buried tinder the
wall of the cell house that was wrecked.
Jackson Boyd, colored, and his year-old
child, living in a, small cottage on East
Second street just in the roar of Wehr
fltx's tin shop, were eating supper when
the storm came. Boyd rushed to the
front of the house to close the door. The
child screamed and he. ran back and took
it in his arms. It was the last act of his
life, for at that moment the east wall of
Wehrfltz's shop fell on the cottage and
Boyd and his son were instantly killed.
MrKlBley Arrive at Toprka.
Tor-KKA, Kas., Oct. 4. The home of
Populism has been invaded by Ohio's gov
ernor. The first stop of Governor McKin
ley's train en route here was at Argentine,
where a few words were spoken. At Law
rence there were fully 2.fW people at tho
ttation who cheered lustily and were giv
rn a short address. Topeka was reached at
:30. A cavalry escort preceded Governor
McKinley as he was driven through the
stn-eta to the state house grounds, where
s platform had been erected. There was
a great crowd assembled and the greeting
given to the distinguished visitor was very
sordini. Governor Lcwelling offered to hi
present and officially receive (Jovernor Mc
Kinley, but the Republican managers de
clined, saying that they wanted to make
ihe occasion a purely Republican one.
Had His Nerve to the Last.
Ketstone. W. Va.. Oct. 4. Tazewcli
Terry and William Reed were playing
poker when a quarrel arose and Reed shot
Terry through the breast near tho heart.
Terry, after being shot, turned and said
to those about him: "Boys, I've been
shot before and I know how it goes. This
time I'm a goner. Just to nmke the last
few ininnt.es interesting I'll let 15 I am
dead in fifteen minutes." Xo one took
the bet and Terry, pulling out his watch,
began to count the minutes. At eight
minutes he said: "D d if I don't believe
I lost that bet." In ten minutes he was
unconscious, and in thirteen minutes
after the shot was fired the breath' was out
Only Needs Somebody to "Kick."
Washington-, Oct 4. About April 20
last the secretary of the interior received
a letter from a resident on Hehesh Island.
Mich., making complaint that pangs of
Canadians were stripping the public
lands of timber nnd committing such
depredations as to make their island al
most, uninhabitable. In less than ninety
days thereafter the timlicr cutter had
been arrcsK-d, plead.il guilty, was
sentenced and all the timlicr " he had
cut seized by the government. The Inci
dent illustrates the eff.-ct of a single letter
calling attention to the violation of law
and also how promptly the remedy may be
Triumph of lielra Lorkwood.
RicnsiONn, Oct. 4 Mrs. Belva Log
wood h.is qnr.Mfh-d before Judge Well
ford, of the circuit court here, to practi
law in that court. She had previously
made application to be allowed to qualify
before the same judge, and he refused to
allow her application. Mrs. Lockwood
carried the question to the supreme court
of apiK-als of the state, where, after
having leen sat down upon onee, she
finally carried her point, and came back
licfore the very jurist who had been first
to refuse her. She is the only woman ever
allowed to practice law in the state of
Martin Files a Remonstrance.
Martin, of the Democratic party, has filed
with the secretary of state a remonstrance
against the ticket certified and filed ly the
"regular" Democratic state central com
mittee. The remonstrance asserts that
the certificate of the majority falsely and
fraudulently pretends that Silas A. Hol
comb was nominated for governor in a
convention representing the Democratic
parry. Martin claims that the Bryan
convention repudiated the Democratic
platform and its acts as acts of a Demo
cratic convention are therefore null and
Red letter Year for Mr. Lo.
Washington, Oct. 4. D. M.Browning,
commissioner of Indian affairs, in his an
nual report for the year ended Juno 30,
lsM. says the year has been unmarked by
outbreak or disturliance of any kind.
Special advancement has been made in
Indian education. The aggregate enroll
ment for the year has leen 1.4.M, with an
average attendance of 1T.iKi, against 21.
11? enrollment and li.:ia for the previous
year. The commissioner notes an educa
tional awakening among tho Xavajoes,
which he attributes to a visit of a delega
tion to the World's fair.
Pnaaible Clew to a Mnrder.
Marsh alltows, la., Oct. 4. A clew has
been discovered that may throw consid
erable lig' tonthe sensational and mys
terious Anna Wise murder case. A small
pocket hook lx'longing to the murden-d
girl containing a receipt for 4 from a
photographer here for .- pictures taken
nearly a year licfore her death has just
liecn found by Conductor Crowe, of the
Chicago Great Western railway, alongside
the track a few roads from Green Mountain
Fatally Shot by Highwaymen.
Des Moises, Oct. 4. I. K. Kshelman
of Sterling, Ills., was fatally shot by un
known highwaymen on the Grand avenue
bridge. The discovery of the body was
the first news of the shooting. The pock
ets had been rilled. The victim was about
60 years old. The corpse was identified by
papers in the pocket. There is no clew
to the murderers.
Floor Trade with Cnua Ended,
Minneapolis, Oi-t. 4. The local flour
millers have lieen notified that the trade
in Culm they had worked up under the
reciprocity treaty Is prolably at an end.
Under that treaty the duty on flour was 1 1
per barrel, but since the passage of the
Gorman-Wilson bill the treaty has been
ignored and the duty raised to (1.50 a bar
rel. SI rack a Mine of HUmuth.
Ishpeminu, Mich., Oct. 4. Weatherston
and Rojies, prospectors for gold, have dis
covered a mine, the rock of which assays
$7 In bismuth to the ton. Bismuth has a
commercial value of about (2 per pound.
There is no tri nt known in the U nited
States where it is miucd.
Consul INilliek'a Wife Recovering.
Washington, Oct. 4. A cablegram re
ceived at the state department from
Vice Consul Dawson at Salvador states
that, notwithstanding the rctorts. the
widow of the late Consul Pol lick is con
valescing fruiu her attack of yellow lever.
. . PULLMANTS TAXES
Clalaaa That Ha Paya
Bora Thaw Hie
a ha re
SPRntorTELD, Ills.. Oct. 4. Frank P.
Crandon appeand before the capital stock
committee of ths state board of equaliza
tion In the interest of the Pullman Pal
ace Car company. He attacked the recent
statement of Governor Altgeld relative to
the property and the assessment of that
cc.miMiny, and declared that It was
founded cither on prejudice or misinforma
tion. He then went into figures to show
that the company's property was asHPsncd
at a higher rate than the real or personal
property of Cook county generally was.
He gave a list of the actual and assessed
valuation of certain well known real
properth-a in the down town district of
Chicago and showed that in all cases these
propertios were assessed at aliout one
tenth or hs of their real value. He de
clared that these were fair samples of the
real estate assessment of that city.
Assessment of Millionaire.
He also had with him, but gave no
names, a list of a dozen well-known mill
ionaires and multi-millionaires whose
personal property assessments ranged
from -Jm to sio.im'i. and declared that the
pictun-s on the walls of the homes of some
of these men were, worth more than tho
personal property of the entire list. He
also called attention to the assessment of
the banks and many other classes of per
sonal property, and insisted that, compar
atively speaking, the showing was alto
gether f.ivorr.blc to the Pullman company.
The capital t-tock committee, he said, for
some reason known only to itself, refused
to give out for publication the report of
the Pullman company. The principal
items in tl reort arc known, however.
It gives the nut In iriz.il capital stock of the
company at :, .. of which f:C.4:.
On is paid up anil outstanding. The fair
cash value of this is placed at 1:13" j'
Company' Property in Cook onnty.
In owned on May 1. 1X1," 2,.77t cars, of
which 2,"H are in use outside of Illinois
and sixty within the state. As a part of
its assets it gives stuck of the I'nion
foundry and Pullman Carwheel works of
the value of iiMi. The assessed valua
tion of the comiuiny's proerty in Cook
county is stat.tl as follows:
Personal jiropeny M ini
The contention was that the capital
stock of the company is nsscssahle as per
sonal property and should lie trvau-d as
other personal property; that that portion
of the capital st.u k only which is repre
sented by values in this state is assessable
in tin- state, and that that amounts to less
that . !.(. i. This is assessed at one
sixth or more of its value.
She Couldn't Walt.
Lady I wnt f tt for a picture.
Anit "I shall b very glad to paint yen, if joo
will Wilt a wftk, nntil I nnieh the one I am at
wt rk on now."
LdT "Ob! my. 1 cro'dn't wait that lorjjr.
Wh, 1 promised to be home to dinner at ft
Tl a-.' the tumble wi't some people, they lave j
no time to wait for rceaiu. Sotce women will
take a doe or to of Dr. Pierce", Favorite Pre-1
scripiion and expect to feel well immeoiawly.
Troe, tome do Sod arve!oti!y rjc dy eflrca
from a ,irg!e doe. but chronic disease, which
have had poaersMou of the FTiitem for years, can
not be cored in a diy. Persevere wii h it ar.d it '
will cure yon. ladies, ot a'.l the ills yon auff.r
from. Guaranteed to cure in ali cases of net- j
vonanev. spi?ms, chorea, irregulariliee, pa'nf ul
period a and kindred ailment;.
Luarmuu, 'im Kcceiots.
New Yoisk. Oct. 4. -The amount of
money turned Into the city treasury for
taxes received on the first day for collec
tions wns ..,:-;s7,(it which is the greatest
amount ever turned in for the first day's
Whej Baby was loVfc, w par. hT Ciwtnrta.
When she was a Child, she cried f or Oastoria.
When she became Miw, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she care them Caatorta.
Children Cry for
Nut ire to Contrattora.
Sea'ed rropoal will be received at thec!t
cle:a' cnVe. Keck Island, til., until Mnndar,
Oct. s. I),, at 5 o'clock p. m for constructinr
Ilie irupruTementa ordered by an ordinance of
id ciij. entitled. "An on'ltiacce for ih im
pmvemei.t of Sixteenth ateeet from tlx- aomn
line f fourth aventie to the comb line of fiftb-and-a-half
avenue, ail in the cut of Hxk I and.
I'l," pawed cl. 1, and f..r f urtii.Lit'ir all
the tnieral. and ooirz the wo-k a.-rordn, to
piaoa and rpcciscuionc on ttie at tbe ci'y clerk'
All bidamnat he awnmpat'wi with a certified
check in the turn of f.a pavaMe to the ord. r of
the m-.yor of said e'.i. ahieh rhall become for
feited o raid city in caae the bidder rhall tail to
enter into contract aim approved eorciH a to ex
ecote ihe work for the price mentioned In hi
bid and according to the plana an- uc Srationa
In tbe event that the contract thai! be awarded It
Contractor ar re.pl red f f nrni.b aix tars tlc
of brick with which work i, to he done. Brick
uaed n the wora muM eorrcpund with ibe earn
pi. s in quality ant n vie.
km k island, I'llno'f, et s, iwu.
A. l, UL'KM.o. City Clerk.
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Castoria U Dr. Samuel Pitcher! prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance It is a harmless Fubstitato
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee Is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fererishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castnria Is aa excellent medictne for chil
dren, i! other, have repeatedly toid me of Its
good effect upon their children.
Do. G. C Osoeoo,
Castoria is tbe best remedy for children cf
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider tbe real
interest of their children, an! use Castoria in
stead of the varkmsquack rMsirarnswhichare
d.-troTins their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing .. nip and other hurtful
agents dowa their throaK, thereby ""h-g
them to premature giaies.
Pa. J. F. aTjxcBtaiOC,
The Ceatatar Ceapaar, TT
HtATING AN1 VE"T1LATIU LM,1M..U.
i I I I n- s- - --:
I II & J
hi : Udl( Sill
ITfCOBPOKATKD CSTDEB THS STATE LAW
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Open daily froea t a. m. to p. m., and Satnrday cenxg, frota T to 8 aeloak.
Five per oent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned oa Feraona! cc!
iaterai or Real Estate security,
r. U aUTOHSLL, rnsl. T C DSTSEMANN, Vice Pratt. J H BCroBD. Caeb'et
t. L. MltchaU, r. C Dackmacn. John Crabanrb. PM1 MrV-rell. H. T. nnlL L. Simon.
A. W Dnret, J. K. Bnford, uhn Vulk.
JscBsoa a Heart, bolicitora.
Began bnslness Jaly t, 1390, and occnt-y the aontheast cornel of Mitchell a LrcOe', tew ra'Jdx,
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
All kind of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
.01TS SCffLim, lprietor.
ATwnaa, Corner of MiteaiU Eueat. . Opta sits EarperiTbratra.
The cho!cest Wine. Liquors.
" Castoria in so well adapted n c.r Iren that
I recommend ttas superior loaay prenpuoa
knowa to me.
H. A. Aax-trra, H. p,
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, jr. y.
""Onr pfarstclaas la the children's der t-.
tnent bavo spoken highly of their ct.ti
ence in their ootaide practice with Cst.jr:v
and allhooFh we only b-tvw arrnxj; , T
tnedical supplies what is known aa re.n.. -products,
yet we are free Ui confnsa t!: t'a
nx-riu of Castorta has woa us to louk wa
favor opoa it.
l'm BosprraXi tn ttiar-Druav.
Auxs C Bxrrs, Pm.,
ICax - rm Straet, Haw Terk City,
I1AVK VOU SKEX
THE -: CAPITOL
If Not, Why Not?
Come and see the Heater, anl jmle ii
merits yourstlf. Fifteen sold this Ma
son, and more going. Call for Jescr
112 and 114 W. 17th street.
TtVphone 11 IS.
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U. F. l)OR,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 8IIC0ND AVE
Harper Bona Block
1706 Second Avenue.
favaaral tohhtae S.hmi ati rd.ort nutue
and aaUafactiua cuaranuvd
Beer and Cigars always on Hand
"ise Loacs Xratr Dt